Education: Oxford MBA as a Skoll Scholar in Social Entrepreneurship
Recent projects include: Heising-Simons Foundation, The Bridgespan Group, Community Works West, Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Buck Institute for Education, New Profit
Personal interests include: Mountain biking, skiing, kite-boarding, backpacking, and international travel. Is developing a newfound passion for political activism
Lindsay is an independent consultant with expertise in social enterprise strategy and design. She completed the Oxford MBA as a Skoll Scholar in Social Entrepreneurship in 2008 after an early career in early childhood education and children’s mental health. Since then, she has consulted with numerous US-based and international social enterprises, supporting clients in new business development, strategic planning, organizational change, resource development, evaluation, fund-raising and more. Current and past clients span the venture philanthropy, peacekeeping, education, food service, apparel, prison reform, and job creation sectors.
Lindsay has worked extensively with REDF, a Bay Area-based foundation addressing workforce development for people facing barriers to work, to develop web-based resources and tools for nonprofits interested in using social enterprise to create jobs. She serves as the Board Vice Chair of Gorge Owned, a nonprofit organization in Hood River promoting sustainable development that enhances community, economy, and environment.